The holidays are almost upon us and that means that CLNC consultants will be venturing out of their home offices and heading into the wild to enjoy holiday travel and visit friends, family, etc.
One of the handiest objects a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant can carry with her is a USB flash drive or memory stick – preferably one with at least 32 GB of storage space.
Unless you have an older computer, you get used to it running pretty fast. Think of the computer you use in your legal nurse consulting business. Whether it’s a laptop or desktop you know how long it takes to boot up and load a program, document or webpage.
Recently we updated the operating systems on our iPhones. As with any OS (or iOS) upgrade we immediately experienced the same thing that most Certified Legal Nurse Consultants do when upgrading, we had issues.
Two things all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have in common are the need to track their billable hours and the need to bill their attorney-clients for those hours.
With all the hullabaloo going on around the new iPhone 8 (cordless charging) and iPhone X (no home button and facial recognition), we tend to forget that there are still Certified Legal Nurse Consultants out there with other, earlier iPhone versions.
Have you ever been working on a legal nurse consulting job for an attorney and found yourself typing the same phrase over and over again in your report or work product? If so, there is one simple way to get around that and it’s by using a Word macro.
When you’re doing research for your legal nurse consultant jobs you often find that the Internet and popular search engines will return a lot, and I do mean a lot, of unrelated results. You’ll get better bang for your buck when you learn how to hone your search results.
As a professional Certified Legal Nurse Consultant your accessories say a lot about you. When you present to an attorney, they’ll notice small things about you such as your watch, your purse, how scuffed your shoes are and even your manicure.
Believe it or not, you can text yourself. “Why would a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant want to text herself?” you might ask. The reasons are simple and were bred from practicality.